As we get closer to the iPhone 13 launch, there’s been some very interesting last-minute leaks related to possible new iPhone 13 colors, as well as larger batteries and possible storage options. I’m particularly intrigued by the reportedly improved Night Mode that should finally let you shoot the stars without the photo turning out blurry.
The iPhone 13 is expected to be the big star of the Apple event September 14, and we’ve already heard a ton about the new iPhones. The rumors and leaks have revealed everything from a smaller notch and camera upgrades like portrait mode video to a faster A15 Bionic chip and 120Hz displays for the Pro models.
But there’s also a fair bit we still don’t know about the iPhone 13 that the Apple event will finally answer. From the pricing and key differences between the four models to how some of the most exciting upgrades could work, here are the 5 biggest unanswered iPhone 13 questions I have.
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What will the iPhone 13 series cost?
This one has been a bit of a whirlwind. Earlier on in the rumor cycle we heard that the iPhone 13 pricing would be relatively on par with the iPhone 12. That would mean the iPhone 13 mini would start at $699, the iPhone 13 $799.
More recently there was a report that the iPhone 13 could be more expensive due to rising production costs, but I don’t imagine Apple charging more for this year’s lineup than the iPhone 12 series. If anything, the storage tiers could go slightly up. Interestingly, one retailer leak points to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini not getting a 256GB storage option this year at all, which could be a one way to push shoppers towards the more premium iPhone 13 Pro models.
Apple is reportedly testing how Face ID could recognize faces even when people are wearing masks. , which claims to have seen some prototype devices Apple has been using to gauge how effective this upgrade could be.
Given that the iPhone 13 reportedly won’t get Touch ID support in the display as had been rumored previously, this would be a very welcome upgrade for Face ID. Based on the continued spread of Covid-19 and the Delta variant, it looks like we could be wearing masks in public spaces for months to come.
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